About Mennonite Village
Mennonite Village is a not-for-profit, Type C (fee for service) Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in Albany, Oregon.
Mennonite Village began as a 24-room nursing home in 1947, operating under the name “Mennonite Home for the Aged.” From the beginning, this home was envisioned as a place where elders could live comfortably and receive peaceful, loving care as they grew older. That vision is in place today as we grow and continually expand our residential and health care services:
- Independent Living Homes in the Village
- Independent Living Apartments at Ashwood Courts I & II
- Assisted Living Apartments at Quail Run
- Memory Care in an Adult Foster Home at Mary’s Place
- Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care (memory care)at Lydia’s House
- Skilled Nursing at Mennonite Home
- Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation Services at Mennonite Home
- In-home care to residents of Linn, Benton, and Southern Marion Counties
See History for the story of how we began and how we’ve evolved over the years. Today, we offer a fully accredited continuing care retirement community for seniors that is alive with activity, light, energy, and nature.
Our mission is to be a Christ-centered community providing life-enriching services. As such, we commit to uphold the following principles within the life of our community.
Acting out of love — and accountable to one another — we accept with joy the responsibility of participating in our community. We also accept our personal responsibility to prudently manage the community’s affairs and assets; to encourage the exercise and development of talents and spiritual gifts; and to safeguard the heritage of the Mennonite Church.
Believing that serving each other is our true mission, we humbly devote ourselves to being the generous hands, the gentle voice, and the compassionate heart of Jesus.
Respecting the dignity and worth of each individual, we pledge to encourage independence and freedom of choice and to provide opportunities for physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual growth, while considering the needs of all people within our community.